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Irish Elect Michael D Higgins as President

Irish Elect Michael D Higgins as President

Michael D Higgins was confirmed the newly elected president of the Republic of Ireland. Higgins got almost 40% of all votes and won over one time favourite Sean Gallagher. While making his acceptance speech, Mr Higgins said he wanted to be a president for all the people. He stressed the need for people to work together in order to solve ...

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X-Factor: Alexandra Burke to Replace Kelly Rowland

Alexandra Burke to replace Kelly Rowland for tonight's X-Factor show. The emergency replacement was done after Kelly Rowland was reported to be sick.

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David Cameron

Cameron: Deliberating on Asylum Seekers Proposal Important

Senator Cameron from Labour has told his party that it is important they take some time in deliberating on asylum seekers proposal prior to taking policy decision. The cabinet has decided to meet on Monday because a Malaysian High Court has made its offshore processing illegitimate. The senator believes that this is the right time for the party to deliberate ...

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X-Factor Misha B Accused of Bullying (Live)

19 year old Misha B was accused of bullying other contestants backstage. The accusation was brought up by judge Tulisa Constostavlos.

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Nigeria, Where Is Justice?

Nigeria, Where Is Justice?

I was shocked to read the story on Nigerian Tribune about an innocent boy that was shot in cold blood by trigger happy policemen collecting bribe at a road block. It is unbelievable how the Nigerian police has no regard for human lives. The worst part is that everyone turns a blind eye and these cannibals are left to roam ...

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Movie Premiere: Will You Forgive Her? By Simon Timah

The Grand Premiere of the movie Will You Forgive Her? was held in the Dutch city of The Hague at Victory Outreach Church on the 15th of October 2011. #Simon.

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Abigail Tackie-Yarboi is Super Carer of the Year

Abigail Tackie-Yarboi is Super Carer of the Year

A single mum from Stockwell, Abigail Tackie-Yarboi has been acclaimed the super carer of the year for taking care of one of her heavily disabled child, her disabled brother as well as two of her other children. Mrs Tackie was awarded the Lambeth councils carer of the year for voluntarily caring and dedicating herself for her disabled child and brother. ...

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London Fashion Week: The Hottest Floral Prints

Hello fashionistas, if you love ankara African print, you'll love these colourful floral print outfits that were showcased by Ashish at London Fashion Week.

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Two Time Award Winning Novel & Three Strong Women

Two Time Award Winning Novel "Three Strong Women"

Forty-four year old literary prize winner in France, Marie NDiaye has won a second prize for her last novel “Three Strong Women”. The prize was awarded by the Dutch’s literary prize (Nederland’s Literatuurprijs) When the Dutch translation came out this year Marie NDiaye was honored for her well-known tale the “Three Strong Women”. Three Strong Women is an inspiring fiction ...

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Video: Liberian Theatrical Trailer: "Pray the Devil Back to Hell"

Video: Liberian Theatrical Trailer: "Pray the Devil Back to Hell"

“Pray the Devil Back to Hell” tells the extraordinary but less-known story of a small group of women without weapons risking their lives in order to bring Liberia peace. The episode was reconstructed through interviews, archival footage and striking images of contemporary Liberia. Armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of their beliefs, a coalition of Christian and Muslim ...

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